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Why criminals love Twitter and Facebook

The Daily Mail reported today that Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan was left terrified as three armed raiders broke into her house and stole jewellery and mobile phone after she tweeted she was home alone • Three men broke into her home in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, last night • Hours before hand she wrote on Twitter that she was home alone • Thieves burst into her property shortly before midnight last night It appears that Helen Flanagan may have come unstuck on Twitter after letting slip that she was at home without her footballer boyfriend Scott Sinclair. Hours later, three men wielding a screwdriver…

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Wednesday, June 19th, 2013 by admin Security No Comments

Football Ground Security

What security does not let you take into a football ground… After the large vuvuzela craze in the South African World Cup back in 2010, many complaints were made from players and managers which led to the banning of the instruments in football grounds and can be confiscated. Football ground security staff has banned many unusual items in the past and very noticeably the capital of English football, Wembley for example. No instruments are now allowed to be taken into the ground and this includes the typical football crowd noises like trumpets and drums. Security staff and stewards also now confiscate…

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Monday, December 10th, 2012 by admin Security No Comments

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